|(a) If a campus's performance is below any standard
under Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.054(e), the campus shall
engage in interventions as described by the Texas Education Agency
(b) The commissioner shall assign members to a campus
intervention team (CIT) as outlined in §97.1063 of this title
(relating to Campus Intervention Team) and TEC, §39A.052.
(c) The campus shall establish a campus leadership
team (CLT) that includes the campus principal and other campus leaders
responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of
the targeted improvement plan.
(d) The campus intervention team shall:
(1) conduct a data analysis related to areas of low
(2) conduct a needs assessment based on the results
of the data analysis, as follows.
(A) The needs assessment shall include a root cause
(B) Root causes identified through the needs assessment
will be addressed in the targeted improvement plan and, if applicable,
campus turnaround plan;
(3) assist in the creation of a targeted improvement
plan, as follows.
(A) Input must be gathered from the principal; campus-level
committee established under TEC, §11.251; parents; and community
members, prior to the development of the targeted improvement plan,
using the following steps.
(i) The campus must hold a public meeting at the campus.
The campus shall take reasonable steps to conduct the meeting at a
time and in a manner that would allow a majority of stakeholders to
attend and participate. The campus may hold more than one meeting
(ii) The public must be notified of the meeting 15
days prior to the meeting by way of the district and campus website,
local newspapers or other media that reach the general public, and
the parent liaison, if present on the campus.
(iii) All input provided by family and community members
should be considered in the development of the final targeted improvement
plan submitted to the TEA.
(B) The completed targeted improvement plan must be
presented at a public hearing and approved by the board of trustees.
(C) The targeted improvement plan must be submitted
to the commissioner of education for approval according to TEA procedures
and guidance; and
(4) assist the commissioner in monitoring the implementation
of the targeted improvement plan. The campus will submit updates to
the TEA as requested that include:
(A) a description of how elements of the targeted improvement
plan are being implemented and monitored; and
(B) data demonstrating the results of interventions
from the targeted improvement plan.
(e) If a campus is assigned an unacceptable rating
under TEC, §39.054(e), for a second consecutive year, the campus
must engage in the processes outlined in subsections (a), (b), (c),
and (d) of this section, and the campus must develop a campus turnaround
plan to be approved by the commissioner as described in §97.1064
of this title (relating to Campus Turnaround Plan).
(f) If a campus is assigned an unacceptable rating
under TEC, §39.054(e), for a third or fourth consecutive year,
the campus must engage in the processes outlined in subsections (a),
(b), (c), and (d) of this section, and the campus must implement the
commissioner-approved campus turnaround plan as described in §97.1064
of this title.
(g) If a campus is assigned an unacceptable rating
under TEC, §39.054(e), for a fifth consecutive year, the commissioner
shall order the appointment of a board of managers to govern the district
or closure of the campus.
(h) Based on a campus's progress toward improvement,
the commissioner may order a hearing if a campus's performance is
below any standard under TEC, §39.054(e).
(i) Interventions and sanctions listed under this section
begin upon release of preliminary ratings and may be adjusted based
on final accountability ratings.